Vampire Weekend


Vampire Weekend – Blurred Lines (Robin Thicke Cover)

Submitted by / 11 years ago / Live Session

Even though Robin Thicke only passed through the Live Lounge himself a couple of days ago, it looks as though his current #1 UK single “Blurred Lines” is still the go to song for people to cover these days. Which is yet another feather in the cap of an artist who looks like he will…


Remix Roundup – Part 18!

Submitted by / 12 years ago / New Songs

Brooklyn, Chicago and London

Mixtape action to begin with on this cloudy morning. Produced by Urban Noize, this mixtape features Kanye West, Jay-Z and Adele and is entitled Brooklyn, Chicago and London for obvious reasons. Adele & Kanye West –  “Melt My Heart To Stone” [Audio clip: view full post to listen] Hmm. Lil’ Wayne. What are we going…


The Remix Roundup – Part Nine!

Submitted by / 13 years ago / New Songs

I was considering what mixes to post next when I realised I haven’t really divulged much into the world of mash up mixes. Now, there are thousands upon thousands of these out there and generally they are awful and just don’t work. I wasted my time listening to a mix of DMX and Phil Collins…


Vampire Weekend – Giving Up The Gun (Music Video)

Submitted by / 14 years ago / Music Videos

Vampire Weekend seem to have rounded up the most random celebrities that they could find for their Giving Up The Gun video: RZA (of Wu-Tang fame), Lil’ John (of Get Crunk fame), Jake Gyllenhaal (of Donnie Darko fame) and Joe Jonas. Try and picture the scene before you watch, it’s a tennis match, RZA is…


Vampire Weekend album Contra reaches #1

Submitted by / 14 years ago / Music News, New Album Releases

Vampire Weekend, the band of Columbia University graduates that began its rise to indie-rock fame long before it had released any recordings, has hit the number one spot on the Billboard album chart with their second album, “Contra”. Although Contra’s sales of 124,000 copies may seem quite low for a number one album, it is…


KiD CuDi – Cudderisback

Submitted by / 14 years ago / New Songs

I never realised he had left, but anyway, here is a new KiD CuDi track which uses Vampire Weekend’s “Ottoman” as its instrumental. Enjoy: KiD CuDi – Cudderisback [Audio clip: view full post to listen]